Vin to Yin with Angie
Thursday, December 1 • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Krista received her Bachelors in Psychology, and Masters in Social Work. Krista has worked with many populations including children, older adults, and individuals with complex medical, and mental health histories. Krista realized aspects of the individual are overlooked in traditional modalities when it comes to healing, and believes in assisting others on a deeper level through yoga. Krista became yoga certified, and is trained in: Yoga Basics, Vinyasa, Yin-Restorative, Meditation, Pranayama, Anatomy, Physiology, Subtle Anatomy, Chakras, Yin/Yang Concepts, Yoga Philosophy, Ahimsic Food Prep, Prenatal/Postnatal Yoga, Chair Yoga, Visual Yoga, Kids Yoga, and Thai Yoga! Krista has attended various yoga events, and retreats to deepen her personal practice. Krista takes a person-centered approach, meaning, every individual is unique from their past experiences, their beliefs/values, and even their bone structure, and how their bodies move, and bend. The goal of yoga is not to touch your toes, or do a handstand. Yoga is about being good to yourself, and connecting to your most authentic self.
Find balance and connection to mind, body, and soul in this practice. Beginning with a Vinyasa Flow, moving from one pose to the next, linking our breath and movement. This practice will end with deep, long stretches that will stretch the connective tissues of the joints. Finding balance between movement and stillness, exploring our inner workings and rejuvenating our body!
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